[Solved] On what objects we should use dispose method ? C# 4.0

If for some bizarre reason you don’t know at run-time if an object has dispose implemented, you can use this dispose-safe function: /// —- IsDisposable ——————————– /// /// <summary> /// returns true if an object is disposable, false if not /// you can optionally dispose of it immediately /// </summary> public static Boolean IsDisposable(Object Item, … Read more

[Solved] What is the difference between Java Garbage collection and C++ object destruction? [closed]

C++ destruction is deterministic, garbage collection is not. In C++ you can guarantee when destructors will be called, in Java there is no such guarantee at all. In fact, your destructors might never be called in Java. 3 solved What is the difference between Java Garbage collection and C++ object destruction? [closed]

[Solved] Garbage collector in java

At least two, potentially all three of them. Since the local variables are not used after line 11 the JVM is free to set them to null, and they become eligible for garbage collection. From JLS 12.6.1: Optimizing transformations of a program can be designed that reduce the number of objects that are reachable to … Read more

[Solved] How ‘random’ is allocation of memory when I say “new Integer” in Java?

What algorithms are used? Java uses TLAB (Thread Local Allocation Buffers) for “normal” sized objects. This means each thread grab some Eden space and turns this grab of memory into individual objects. Thus small objects are typically sequential in memory for that thread, except if a new chunk of memory needs to be grabbed. Large … Read more